Once you leave the work force, you may have a lot of flexibility about choosing where you want to live. Of course, being near friends and loved ones is an important consideration. But taxes are another vital factor. After all, a few thousand dollars saved in taxes each year can go a long way towards buying plane and bus tickets to visit loved ones or help them come visit you.

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The Credit Suisse gold bar remains one of the most popular gold products in circulation. The impeccable reputation of Credit Suisse’s gold facility, combined with their product’s striking beauty and high purity level makes the Credit Suisse family of gold bars one of the most in-demand bullion products in the market, valued by collectors and investors alike.

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Prior to the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, Congress forbid the use of almost all types of precious metals in IRAs. The only precious metals Americans were allowed to own directly within IRA accounts were U.S.-minted American Eagle gold and silver coins.

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The COVID shutdowns took a big chunk out of a lot of peoples’ retirement savings. But a strong market rebound in 2020 and early 2021 helped put disciplined savers back on an even keel. How are most Americans doing when it comes to retirement savings, and how do you compare?

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Most people have the option to begin taking Social Security at the age of 62. Spouses can also elect to start taking benefits on their spouse’s Social Security as early as age 62.

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The federal Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) has been a great way for military and federal employees to set money aside for retirement – at a very low cost. But there’s one big problem: It’s not diverse enough.

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